The original North Haven Middle School was constructed in 1960 and encompassed approximately 140,000 square feet. The school functioned continuously without any major renovations or updates since the time it was built, and was eventually deemed “out of date and minimally adequate for a 21st century middle school,” according to a New England Association of […]
DTC provided the Middletown Transit Authority, in association with an architect, environmental services (permitting and remediation), mechanical, electrical and plumbing professional engineering services for a new maintenance and storage facility located at 80 Pease Street in Middletown, Connecticut.
Improvements and additions include new bus storage, maintenance areas, office support, conference and readiness center and bus washing […]
DTC was retained as part of the development team for the redevelopment of nearly 80 new townhouse style residential units located in New Haven, Connecticut.
This project was developed over two phases with DTC providing civil, environmental, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering services.
The development consisted of over 4,000 feet of new city streets designed […]
DTC is one of three firms currently providing on-call technical environmental consulting services directly for the Connecticut Department of Transportation, Division of Environmental Compliance.
The services are provided to investigate and mitigate soil and groundwater contamination that may impact Connecticut Department of Transportation construction projects throughout the state. The work also includes environmental investigations and environmental […]
DTC was subcontracted by the Department of Economic & Community Development (DECD) to administer the Dry Cleaning Remediation Fund.
DTC was responsible for managing the day to day operation of the Fund, which included:
Reviewing all applications for funding;
Preparing reports summarizing the applications and providing recommendations for approval or denial;
Reviewing and approving all requisitions […]
DTC provided environmental consulting services in support of the complete demolition and reconstruction of the Helene Grant Head Start School.
Environmental services included:
Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
Combined Phase II & III ESA (Expedited Site Assessment)
Hazardous building material surveys for:
Asbestos, lead-based paint (LBP), & Universal Wastes
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
Preparation of a […]
DTC was retained by TAG Associates, Inc. to conduct Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) and a Hazardous Building Survey for a portion of the Riverside Apartments property located on Olson Drive in Ansonia, Connecticut.
The Riverside Apartments site encompasses a total of approximately 10 acres. DTC’s ESAs and Hazardous Building Survey focused […]
DTC was retained by Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority (CRRA) to complete environmental monitoring and reporting services required for the Hartford Landfill, a solid waste disposal facility located off Leibert Road in the North Meadows area of Hartford, Connecticut.
The collection of quarterly groundwater, surface water, and ash leachate samples,
Monthly sanitary discharge sampling,
DTC was retained by Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority (CRRA) to complete dike monitoring and reporting services required for the Hartford Landfill, a solid waste disposal facility located off Leibert Road in the North Meadows area of Hartford, Connecticut.
Services included the collection pore pressure, inclinometer, and monument horizontal and vertical survey data on the U.S. Army […]
DTC is currently providing environmental consulting services specifically associated with polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) contaminated building materials and soil in support of the complete renovation of the New Haven Academy. Prior to renovation, the facility will be abated to remove all interior and exterior building materials that are contaminated with PCBs above Federal and State regulatory […]